[hoo d-wingk] /ˈhʊdˌwɪŋk/
verb (used with object)
to deceive or trick.
Archaic. to blindfold.
Obsolete. to cover or hide.
to dupe; trick
(obsolete) to cover or hide
1560s, “to blindfold,” from hood (n.1) + wink; figurative sense of “mislead, deceive” is c.1600. Related: Hoodwinked; hoodwinking.
[hoo d-ee; for 2 also Scot. hoo-dee] /ˈhʊd i; for 2 also Scot. ˈhu di/ noun 1. Also, hoody. Informal. a hooded sweatshirt, sweater, or jacket. 2. Also called hoodie crow. Scot. the . /ˈhʊdɪ/ noun (informal) 1. a hooded sweatshirt 2. a young person who wears a hooded sweatshirt, regarded by some as a […]
[hoo-ee] /ˈhu i/ Informal. interjection 1. (used to express disapproval or disbelief): Hooey! You know that’s not true. noun 2. silly or worthless talk, writing, ideas, etc.; nonsense; bunk: That’s a lot of hooey and you know it! /ˈhuːɪ/ noun, interjection 1. (slang) nonsense; rubbish n. “nonsense, foolishness,” 1922, American English slang, of unknown origin. […]
[hoo f, hoof] /hʊf, huf/ noun, plural hoofs or hooves for 1, 2, 4; hoof for 3. 1. the horny covering protecting the ends of the digits or encasing the foot in certain animals, as the ox and horse. 2. the entire foot of a horse, donkey, etc. 3. Older Use. a animal, especially one […]
- Hoof-and-mouth disease
[hoo f-uh n-mouth, hoof-] /ˈhʊf ənˈmaʊθ, ˈhuf-/ noun 1. . hoof-and-mouth disease n. See foot-and-mouth disease.